Muay Thai Clinic with Saenchai Sor. Kingstar

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Muay Thai Clinic with Saenchai Sor. Kingstar

Published on June 08, 2007 with 7 Comments

Seriously who was the genius who put this match up together? I don’t want to be too harsh but come on…I don’t know anything about Kenji Takemura but he’s got no business being in the ring with Saenchai.

I think the promoter must have some beef with Takemura to pit him against . I’ll give him this he’s definitely “Enthusiastic”. I once had a conversation with Matee Jedeepitak about judging/gauging someone’s skill level based on their Ram Muay. I agreed with him somewhat, but this was the first instance where I really noticed it.

If you remember I posted a clip of Saenchai Sor. Kingstar fooling around. I’m thinking about putting together a Saenchai page, I haven’t been able to find enough info on him. If any of you can help me fill in the details it would be greatly appreciated. I’m looking for his fight record, titles etc.

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  1. i kept fast forwarding throughout the clips – and it was always the nakamura dude laying on the the ground!

  2. what would you say about rambaa’s ram muay in this one : http://youtube.com/watch?v=hH9T9zhLKrc

  3. That’s the reality of Saenchai fighting a farang. He won his previous bout in Muay Thai Open in similar fashion. Pretty soon he won’t have anyone to fight in Japan either and his upcoming fight against Ishige will be at 68 kg.

  4. I wished he had decided to fight in Europe instead of Japan as he would find better competition there.

  5. He already fought Fabio Pinca in France. And I disagree with that statement, Japan ‘s the only country that has solid weightclasses at bantam up to lightweight. As a matter of fact he’s only fought a welterweight and a middleweight (a Japanese and a Korean respectively). I’m not particularly fond of the welter and super-welterweight divisions when it comes to Japanese kickboxing.

  6. Not that he wouldn’t humilate the competition regardless of where he fights or at what weight.

  7. [...] Sor. Kingstar. It’s funny to begin with, but even funnier when you know how much of a bad ass Saenchai is. [...]

  8. The poor japanese chap was probably tired and frustrated after the first round… can’t really blame him at least he has the courage to face a Seanchai.

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